“I’m not complaining about going back to work. I’m so grateful I got the job. I haven’t been able to see my family for months because of travel restrictions.”
Riverndale Star Lily Reinhart She said her complaints of being “like a prisoner” in Vancouver were taken from the context.
In Recent interview Nylon Magazine, Discusses her return to the Vancouver set of this month’s successful teen drama – more specifically, BC’s COVID-19 regulations require a Los Angeles resident to be detained for two weeks, from outside Canada becoming standard for anyone entering the province, and she must remain in Vancouver until Christmas. Will be.
“Since I can’t leave Canada, I’m going back to work. That’s not good. You can’t go home for Thanksgiving, you can’t visit your family. No one can visit you unless they are detained for two weeks. It feels f *cked, ” Reinhart Said.
Following public outcry in response to the comments, Reinhart Her complaints were taken to Twitter to say they were “taken out of context”.
Still, Reinhart The tweets prompted some fans to speak with replies, “Additionally, thousands, if not millions, of college students can’t afford to go home for Thanksgiving every year. They act and look forward to Christmas.”
Another wrote: “I had to cancel a trip home to see my family — it’s been 3 years. I missed weddings and funerals. A close relative in another province has stage 4 cancer. Overcome it. You’re making a bank and can see them apart again in 5 months.” Others can’t “
One Twitter user summed it up, “It comes down to this: when you take on the wonderful career you have and the inconvenience of not being able to see friends and family in demand ‘you can expect something justifiable from the horrible experience of’ prison ” grow up, girl ‘.”
However, Reinhart, Who is honest about her struggles with mental health, shared some love for the city on Twitter this week. “It was a really beautiful, cool September night in Vancouver,” she wrote Tuesday morning.
“I was sitting on the balcony Milo, Listening to music. I know it’s romantic in me, but I’m so thankful for such beautiful little moments. “
The Riverndale Cast Filming stopped as the fourth season ended Earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The cast and crew returned to Vancouver this month to finish the last three episodes of Season 4 – “We stopped during the prom episode, so I’m fit back into that prom dress. Five months from now, we will all be tan, maybe a little thicker, ” Reinhart Said Nylon – Before they start filming RiverndaleOf Fifth season.